For those who have been building their own computer systems for a while, the name Thermaltake will certainly be known. Starting off back in 1999, their main goal was to come up with innovative cooling products for this new group calling themselves "enthusiasts". Since then they have branched out to other areas, but still maintain that desire to put out a product line that can handle the chores of a hardcore PC.
One of the areas branched into was the power supply arena. With modern systems requiring more and more power to make things run with any degree of stability, the folks at Thermaltake have added the Purepower 600 to their lineup and seem to think it will handle the rigors of a high-end system.
So kick up your heels for a bit as we delve deeper into this very product and see if it not only meets the claims of the manufacturer, but also if it merits consideration for those of us who call ourselves "enthusiasts".
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